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Click below to see the tuition rates for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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Undergraduate Tuition: Queens, Manhattan, Online

Tuition Information

Undergraduate Tuition: Queens, Manhattan, Online

Fall/Spring Block Tuition (12-18 Credits) 

 

Per credit

Per Semester

Per Year

Base Tuition for Traditional and Distance Learning Students

$1,439

$21,580

$43,160

The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, students (Years 3-4)

$1,500

$22,502

$45,003*

Pharm.D. majors (Years 3-6)

$1,647

$24,708

$49,416**

Important Additional Information

  • All fees and the entire tuition for each semester are due and payable in full or on a University Payment Plan before registration can be completed.
  • 2020-21 Tuition rates are effective as of Summer 2020 through Spring of 2021.
  • Summer and Winter courses are offered on a per credit rate.
  • Audited courses are assessed the same tuition as credit bearing courses.
  • Tuition is assessed based on student classification, program of study and campus of record.
  • The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them at the lowest possible level.
  • PLEASE NOTE: The Covid-19 pandemic caused nearly all institutions of higher education, including St. John’s University, to conduct the Spring 2020 semester in a predominantly virtual environment. The University anticipates reopening the physical campus for the Fall 2020 semester. However, the University continues to reserve the right to alter its academic and campus offerings to respond to future events and circumstances, including a resurgence of COVID-19 or governmental orders to cease or limit on-campus operations and return to a fully remote learning environment. If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Service Center at 718-990-2000.

*The Tobin College of Business rate for students in their third and fourth year reflects the base rate plus the prevailing differential of $1,843.
** The rate for Pharm. D. students reflects the base rate plus the prevailing differential of $6,256 assessed beginning in the third year.

Fall/Spring Block Tuition (12-18 Credits) 

 

Per credit

Per Semester

Per Year

Base Tuition for Traditional Students

$1,027

$15,405

$30,810

The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, students (Years 3-4)

$1,088

$16,327

$32,653*

Important Additional Information

  • 2020-21 Tuition rates are effective as of Summer 2020 through Spring of 2021.
  • Summer and Winter courses are offered on a per credit rate.
  • Audited courses are assessed the same as credit bearing courses.
  • Tuition is assessed based on student classification, program of study and campus of record.
  • All fees and the entire tuition for each semester are due and payable in full or on a University Payment Plan before registration can be completed.
  • The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them at the lowest possible level.
  • PLEASE NOTE: The Covid-19 pandemic caused nearly all institutions of higher education, including St. John’s University, to conduct the Spring 2020 semester in a predominantly virtual environment. The University anticipates reopening the physical campus for the Fall 2020 semester. However, the University continues to reserve the right to alter its academic and campus offerings to respond to future events and circumstances, including a resurgence of COVID-19 or governmental orders to cease or limit on-campus operations and return to a fully remote learning environment. If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Service Center at 718-990-2000.

*The Staten Island Tobin College of Business rate for students in their third and fourth year reflects the Staten Island base rate plus the prevailing differential of $1,843.

Graduate Tuition

School or College

Rate Per Credit

The School of Education

$1,305

College of Professional Studies

$1,305

The Peter J. Tobin College of Business

$1,320

St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences with the exception of:

$1,305

School Psychology Major

$1,395

Library Science Major

$1,395

Speech Language Pathology Major

$1,395

Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Major

$1,565

 

Audiology (with General Fee of $500, per semester)$1,490

College of Pharmacy and Heath Sciences

$1,505

Masters in Public Health

$1,305

Practitioner Option Pharm.D.

$1,565

  

Biotechnology Institute (Major BIOT)

$1,390

Important Additional Information

  • 2020-21 Tuition rates are effective as of Summer 2020 through Spring of 2021.
  • Audited courses are assessed the same as credit bearing courses.
  • Tuition is assessed based on student classification, program of study and campus of record.
  • All fees and the entire tuition for each semester are due and payable in full or on a University Payment Plan before registration can be completed.
  • The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them at the lowest possible level.
  • PLEASE NOTE: The Covid-19 pandemic caused nearly all institutions of higher education, including St. John’s University, to conduct the Spring 2020 semester in a predominantly virtual environment. The University anticipates reopening the physical campus for the Fall 2020 semester. However, the University continues to reserve the right to alter its academic and campus offerings to respond to future events and circumstances, including a resurgence of COVID-19 or governmental orders to cease or limit on-campus operations and return to a fully remote learning environment. If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Service Center at 718-990-2000.

School of Law Tuition

J.D. Program

 

Per credit

Per Semester

Per Year

Full-Time Day - 1st - 3rd Year

 

$2,260

$31,645

$63,290

Part-time - 1st - 4th Year

 

$2,260

$23,740

$47,480

Law School Student Activity Fee

 

 

$200

 

Law Academic Success Fee (Students entering 20-21)

 

  

$376

 

 

School of Law Graduate Program

 

Graduate Law – Bankruptcy

 

$2,109

 

 

Graduate Law - U.S. Legal Studies

 

$2,636

 

 

Graduate Law - Transnational ALDA

 

$2,636

 

 

Graduate Law -Transnational Legal Practice

 

$2,636

 

 

Law School Student Activity Fee  $200 

Important Additional Information

  • All fees and the entire tuition for each semester are due and payable in full or on a University Payment Plan before registration can be completed.
  • 2020-2021 Tuition rates are effective as of Summer 2020 through Spring of 2021.
  • St. John’s Law School partners with bar review leader Barbri to offer law students a comprehensive academic and professional support program.  This includes access to BARBRI’s bar review and other critical academic success resources as part of the law school curriculum.  The Academic Success fee for this service is applied to your tuition bill each semester.  This provides you with integrated bar prep from day one and cost-savings as you prepare for the bar exam.

    • Students will get early access to their bar prep program, as well as MPRE, 1L mastery series, and other resources available in bar tested subjects.
    • Students will get to practice with bar questions in each subject area, as faculty will have a bank of over 1000 multiple choice questions available in every subject area tested on the bar exam.
    • This fee also includes the cost of the bar prep course that each student will enroll in prior to sitting for the bar examination.
  • Summer and Winter courses are offered on a per credit rate.
  • The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them at the lowest possible level.

 

PLEASE NOTE: The Covid-19 pandemic caused nearly all institutions of higher education, including St. John’s University, to conduct the Spring 2020 semester in a predominantly virtual environment. The University anticipates reopening the physical campus for the Fall 2020 semester. However, the University continues to reserve the right to alter its academic and campus offerings to respond to future events and circumstances, including a resurgence of COVID-19 or governmental orders to cease or limit on-campus operations and return to a fully remote learning environment. 

Room and Board

The rates below reflect approved rates for the 2020-2021 academic year. Due to ongoing planning and state and federal guidance for social distancing due to the Covid pandemic, the University may need to change room size and type selections and costs for the upcoming semesters. Updates will be made here as they become available.

New Housing applicants are required to pay a $400 non-refundable Housing Deposit.

Continuing Housing students are required to pay a $500 Room Selection Deposit in January/February to be eligible to participate in Room Selection for Fall. The student's financial account must be free and clear of any holds or balances in order to qualify to make this deposit. This deposit is non-refundable after the decline deadline. Please contact Residence Life for this deadline.

Damage Deposits are returned at the end of the spring semester. If a student accrues damage to the room, the amount of damage charges will deduct from the credit amount. Please contact Residence Life for more information concerning Damage Deposit returns and Housing policy.

 

Queens Campus: Residence Village

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Single

$6,185

$12,370

Double

$5,565

$11,130

 

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Townhouses

Founder's Village

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Single

$6,750

$13,500

Double

$6,375

$12,750

 

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Off-Campus

Henley Road 

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Single

$7,550

$15,100

Double

$6,195

$12,390

 

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Off-Campus

Seton 

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Single

$7,550

$15,100

Double

$6,195

$12,390

 

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Off-Campus

DePaul

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Private Single

$7,690

$15,380

Deluxe Single

$7,595

$15,190

Single

$7,550

$15,100

Double

$6,195

$12,390

Private Double

$6,275

$12,550

Deluxe Double

$6,225

$12,450

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Off-Campus

Goethals

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Single

$7,450

$14,900

Double

$6,025

$12,050

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Meal Plans

The rates below reflect approved rates for the 2020-2021 academic year. Due to ongoing planning and state and federal guidance for social distancing due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the University may need to modify the dining offerings for the upcoming semesters. Updates will be made on the Dining Services site as they become available.

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Carte Blanche (Required for Freshmen)*
22 Meals + 50 points per semester (unlimited access to Montgoris)

$3,420

 $6,840

Residence Village Meal Plan**
14 Meals + 200 points per semester
10 Meals + 300 points per semester

$3,370

$6,740

Apartment Meal Plan***
7 Meals + 200 points per semester

$2,360

$4,720

*Freshmen are assigned the Carte Blanche (Freshman) Meal Plan and are not eligible for Meal Plan 7, Meal Plan 10 or Meal Plan 14

**Students who are not freshman, living in Carey, O’Connor, Century and St. Vincent are required to choose one of these Residence Village Meal plans: Meal Plan 10 or Meal Plan 14 or Carte Blanche

 

 

***The Apartment Meal Plan is only available to residents residing in the following locations: Founder’s Village, Seton, Goethals, DePaul, and Henley.

 

 

***Students living in Founder's Village are required to maintain a minimum of Meal Plan 7 but can also choose to opt into one of the Residence Village or Carte Blanche plans.

 

 

Staten Island Campus

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Single

$5,875

$11,750

Double

$5,415

$10,830

 

Board (Meal) Plan 1

$1,970

$3,940

Board (Meal) Plan 2

$2,525

$5,050

Damage Deposit

 

$250

University Fees

Undergraduate University General Fee 

Fall and SpringCharge Per Semester
Students carrying 12 or more credits$320
Students carrying 9-11 credits$270
Students carrying 1-8 credits$195
Summer and Winter IntersessionSession Charges
Summer-One Session$75
Summer-Multiple Sessions$150
Winter Intersession$75

Undergraduate Student Government Activity Fee

Fall and SpringCharge Per Semester
Students carrying 12 or more credits$105
Students carrying 9-11 credits$52.50
Students coded in their sixth year of study for the PharmD program are charged a Student Activity Fee.$52.50


Undergraduate Technology Fee

Fall and SpringCharge Per Semester
Students carrying 1 or more credits$250

Graduate University General Fee

Fall and SpringCharge Per Semester
All Majors with the exception of :$175
Audiology Major$500
Summer and Winter IntersessionSession Charges
Summer-One Session$75
Summer-Multiple Sessions$150
SSummer - Audiology Major$500
Winter Intersession$75

Graduate Technology Fee

Fall and SpringCharge Per Semester
Students carrying 1 or more credits$250

The University General Fee is assessed to all registered students per semester regardless of modality and includes but is not limited to the use of athletic facilities, the Counseling Center, Health Services, Library, Career Center, Transcripts and Registration.

The Student Government Activity Fee is assessed to all registered undergraduate students per semester regardless of modality and goes to student organizations in accordance with procedures set by the Student Government.

The University Technology fee is assessed to all registered undergraduate and graduate students per semester regardless of modality and includes but is not limited to the use and maintenance of the technology infrastructure, including wireless networking, general classroom technology, online content and specialized technology in lab spaces. The fee will also help fund new innovative teaching spaces and continue to infuse technology into learning spaces, exposing all registered students to the latest technology.

The New Student Fee is a one-time fee assessed to all registered new undergraduate students in their first semester, regardless of modality, and includes but is not limited to the processing and programming of new students and orientation activities both in-person and online.

Other Fees and Required Deposits

Fee TypeFee Amount  Fee Amount
Non-Refundable Deposits    
Undergraduate  Graduate 
Enrollment Deposit$300 St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences$300
New Student Housing Deposit$400 College of Professional Studies$300
Continuing Student Room Selection Deposit$500 

College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

with the exception of Physician Assistant

$300


 

$1,500

Room and Security Damage Charge (per year)$250 

School of Law


with the exception of LLM

$750

 

$1,100

   The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
 
$300
 
   The School of Education$300
Please be advised all University application fees and deposits are non-refundable.
Graduate Application Fee 

Graduate Physician Assistant Application Fee
$70


$100
New Student Fee: 
  Freshman$250
  Transfers$150
Late Payment Fee$200
School of Law Late Payment Fee$200
Late Registration (except new students)$200
Returned Check Fee$50
Locker, per semester$20
Comprehensive Exams
  Masters
  Doctoral


$100
$200
Make-up Exam Fee$80
Pharmacy Malpractice Fee$15
Maintaining Matriculation$100

Individual courses may carry a laboratory fee. Please refer to the course description for fee information. The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them at the lowest possible level.

 

Undergraduate Tuition: Queens, Manhattan, Online

Fall/Spring Block Tuition (12-18 Credits) 

 

Per credit

Per Semester

Per Year

Base Tuition for Traditional and Distance Learning Students

$1,397

$20,950

$41,900

The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, students (Years 3-4)

$1,456

$21,845

$43,690*

Pharm.D. majors (Years 3-6)

$1,599

$23,987

$47,974**

Important Additional Information

  • All fees and the entire tuition for each semester are due and payable in full or on a University Payment Plan before registration can be completed.
  • 2019-20 Tuition rates are effective as of Summer 2019 through Spring of 2020.
  • Summer and Winter courses are offered on a per credit rate.
  • Audited courses are assessed the same as credit bearing courses.
  • Tuition is assessed based on student classification, program of study and campus of record.
  • The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them at the lowest possible level.

*The Tobin College of Business rate for students in their third and fourth year reflects the base rate plus the prevailing differential of $1,790.
** The rate for Pharm. D. students reflects the base rate plus the prevailing differential of $6,074 assessed beginning in the third year.

Undergraduate Tuition: Staten Island

Fall/Spring Block Tuition (12-18 Credits) 

 

Per credit

Per Semester

Per Year

Base Tuition for Traditional Students

$997

$14,955

$29,910

The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, students (Years 3-4)

$1,056

$15,850

$31,700*

Staten Island 3-Year Accelerated Program

$1,240

$18,595

$37,190

Important Additional Information

  • 2019-20 Tuition rates are effective as of Summer 2019 through Spring of 2020.
  • Summer and Winter courses are offered on a per credit rate.
  • Audited courses are assessed the same as credit bearing courses.
  • Tuition is assessed based on student classification, program of study and campus of record.
  • All fees and the entire tuition for each semester are due and payable in full or on a University Payment Plan before registration can be completed.
  • The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them at the lowest possible level.

*The Staten Island Tobin College of Business rate for students in their third and fourth year reflects the Staten Island base rate plus the prevailing differential of $1,790.

Graduate Tuition

School or College

Rate Per Credit

The School of Education

$1,265

College of Professional Studies

$1,265

The Peter J. Tobin College of Business

$1,280

St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences with the exception of:

$1,265

School Psychology Major

$1,355

Library Science Major

$1,355

Speech Language Pathology Major

$1,355

Audiology (General Fee $500 per semester)

$1,450

Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Major

$1,520

College of Pharmacy and Heath Sciences

$1,460

Physician Assistant Program

$1,460

Masters in Public Health

$1,265

Practitioner Option Pharm.D.

$1,520

Institute for Biotechnology

$1,350

Important Additional Information

  • 2019-20 Tuition rates are effective as of Summer 2019 through Spring of 2020.
  • Audited courses are assessed the same as credit bearing courses.
  • Tuition is assessed based on student classification, program of study and campus of record.
  • All fees and the entire tuition for each semester are due and payable in full or on a University Payment Plan before registration can be completed.
  • The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them at the lowest possible level.

School of Law Tuition

J.D. Program

Per credit

Per Semester

Per Year

Full-Time Day - 1st - 3rd Year

$2,184

$30,575

$61,150

Part-time/Evening - 1st - 4th Year

$2,184

$22,935

$45,870

Law School Student Activity Fee

 

$200

 

School of Law Graduate Program

 

Graduate Law - Bankruptcy

$2,038

 

 

Graduate Law - U.S. Legal Studies

$2,547

 

 

Graduate Law - Transnational ALDA

$2,547

 

 

Graduate Law -Transnational Legal Practice

$2,547

 

 

Important Additional Information

  • All fees and the entire tuition for each semester are due and payable in full or on a University Payment Plan before registration can be completed.
  • 2019-2020 Tuition rates are effective as of Summer 2019 through Spring of 2020.
  • Summer and Winter courses are offered on a per credit rate.
  • The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them at the lowest possible level.

Room and Board

New Housing applicants are required to pay a $400 non-refundable Housing Deposit.

Continuing Housing students are required to pay a $500 Room Selection Deposit in January/February to be eligible to participate in Room Selection for Fall. The student's financial account must be free and clear of any holds or balances in order to qualify to make this deposit. This deposit is non-refundable after the decline deadline. Please contact Residence Life for this deadline.

Damage Deposits are returned at the end of the spring semester. If a student accrues damage to the room, the amount of damage charges will deduct from the credit amount. Please contact Residence Life for more information concerning Damage Deposit returns and Housing policy.

Queens Campus: Residence Village

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Single

$6,675

$13,350

Double

$5,555

$11,110

Jr. Double

$5,515

$11,030

Triple

$5,380

$10,760

Jr. Triple

$5,340

$10,680

Quad

$4,480

$8,960

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Townhouses

Founder's Village

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Jr. Double

$6,155

$12,310

Double

$6,205

$12,410

Triple

$5,575

$11,150

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Off-Campus

Henley Road 

TypePer SemesterPer Year

Single

$7,365

$14,730

Double

$5,985

$11,970

Jr. Double

$5,890

$11,780

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Off-Campus

Seton 

TypePer SemesterPer Year

Single

$7,365

$14,730

Double

$5,985

$11,970

Private Double

$6,060

$12,120

Deluxe Double

$6,005$12,010 

Triple

$5,500 $11,000 

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Off-Campus

DePaul

TypePer SemesterPer Year

Private Single

$7,430

$14,860

Deluxe Single

$7,395

$14,790

Single

$7,365

$14,730

Double

$5,985

$11,970

Private Double

$6,060

$12,120

Deluxe Double

$6,005

$12,010

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Off-Campus

Goethals

TypePer SemesterPer Year

Single

$7,210

$14,420

Double

$5,875

$11,750

Damage Deposit

 

$250

Queens Campus: Meal Plans

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Carte Blanche (Required for Freshmen)*
22 Meals + 50 points per semester (unlimited access to Montgoris)

$3,305

 $6,610

Residence Village Meal Plan**
14 Meals + 200 points per semester
10 Meals + 300 points per semester

$3,250

$6,500

Apartment Meal Plan***
7 Meals + 200 points per semester

$2,275

$4,550

*Freshmen are assigned the Carte Blanche (Freshman) Meal Plan and are not eligible for Meal Plan 7, Meal Plan 10 or Meal Plan 14

**Students who are not freshman, living in Carey, O’Connor, Century and St. Vincent are required to choose one of these Residence Village Meal plans: Meal Plan 10 or Meal Plan 14 or Carte Blanche

  

***The Apartment Meal Plan is only available to residents residing in the following locations: Founder’s Village, Seton, Goethals, DePaul, and Henley.

  

***Students living in Founder's Village are required to maintain a minimum of Meal Plan 7 but can also choose to opt into one of the Residence Village or Carte Blanche plans.

  

Staten Island Campus

Type

Per Semester

Per Year

Single

$5,730

$11,460

Double

$5,280

$10,560

Triple

$4,505

$9,010

Board (Meal) Plan 1

$1,920

$3,840

Board (Meal) Plan 2

$2,460

$4,920

Damage Deposit

 

$250

 

Undergraduate University General Fees

Fall and SpringCharge Per Semester
Students carrying 12 or more credits$320
Students carrying 9-11 credits$270
Students carrying 1-8 credits$195
 
Summer and Winter IntersessionSession Charges
Summer-One Session$75
Summer-Multiple Sessions$150
Winter Intersession$75

Undergraduate Student Government Activity Fee

Fall and SpringCharge Per Semester
Students carrying 12 or more credits$105
Students carrying 9-11 credits$52.50
Students coded in their sixth year of study for the PharmD program are charged a Student Activity Fee of $52.50.

Graduate University General Fee

Fall and SpringCharge Per Semester
All Majors with the exception of :$170
Audiology Major$500
 
Summer and Winter IntersessionSession Charges
Summer-One Session$75
Summer-Multiple Sessions$150
Summer - Audiology Major$500
Winter Intersession$75

The University General Fee is assessed to all registered students per semester and includes but is not limited to the use of athletic facilities, the Counseling Center, Health Services, Library, Career Center, Transcripts and Registration. The Student Government Activity Fee, determined by the Student Government, is assessed to all registered students per semester and goes to student organizations in accordance with procedures set by the Student Government.

Other Fees and Required Deposits

Fee TypeFee Amount  Fee Amount
Non-Refundable Deposits    
Undergraduate  Graduate 
Enrollment Deposit$300 St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences$300
New Student Housing Deposit$400 College of Professional Studies$300
Continuing Student Room Selection Deposit$500 

College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

with the exception of Physician Assistant

$300


 

$1,500

Room and Security Damage Charge (per year)$250 

School of Law


with the exception of LLM

$750

 

$1,100

   The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
 
$300
 
   The School of Education$300
Please be advised all University application fees and deposits are non-refundable.
Graduate Application Fee 

Graduate Physician Assistant Application Fee
$70


$100
New Student Fee: 
  Freshman$250
  Transfers$150
Late Payment Fee$200
School of Law Late Payment Fee$200
Late Registration (except new students)$200
Returned Check Fee$50
Locker, per semester$20
Comprehensive Exams
  Masters
  Doctoral


$100
$200
Make-up Exam Fee$80
Pharmacy Malpractice Fee$15
Maintaining Matriculation$100

Individual courses may carry a laboratory fee. Please refer to the course description for fee information. The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them at the lowest possible level.